* 3 flight modes
* Frequency: 2,4 GHz radio control
* Channel: 4 channels.
* Battery: integrated 3,7V 100mAh lithium-ion battery
* Charging time: about 30 minutes.
* Flight time: about 4-5 minutes.
* Battery for the transmitter: 2 * AAA batteries
* Remote range: about 20 meters.
* Cheerson CX-10A 2.4GHz
* 2.4GHz transmitter
* USB charging cable
* 4 replacement propeller
The model sold here is in fact a Cheerson CX-10A, which can also be recognized by the packaging and the logo. Cheerson has a very good reputation in the scene and so you can assume that the Quadrocopter is good.
The small quadcopter (4x4x2.2cm) is supplied with a remote control, USB charging cable, an operating manual in English and 4 other rotor blades and is thus ready to start. The battery (100mAh) is permanently installed and can only be replaced by removing the housing. The loading time is about 15 minutes, the flight time 5 up to a maximum of 8 minutes.
Before starting, you should definitely take a look at the owner's manual first. There you will be told how to calibrate the quadrocopter, how to modify the flight modes, how to make loops or how to start the small part. Here is a quick short explanation:
The quadrocopter has 3 flight modes. A beginner mode, a normal flying mode and a sport pilot mode. The modes can be changed via the remote control.
To start the Cheerson CX-10A Quadcopter, move the left stick forward and backward. A beep or the LEDs of the quadrocopter signal the start readiness.
The left stick is for gas and for turning the quadrocopter. With the right stick you specify the direction of flight.
The Quadrocopter can loops at the push of a button. Simply press the right stick of the remote control and a beep will signal that we are in looping mode. Depending on the direction in which you move the right stick, the Cheerson CX-10A makes a flip in that direction.